July 2021 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Since China stopped buying America's trash, the economics of recycling don't add up for many Florida communities. Some disillusioned cities are dropping curbside recycling.
The Scott Center, founded on the campus of Florida Tech in 2009, has emerged as one of the state's leading institutions in helping children with autism.
Florida Trend's annual list of the state's 125 biggest public and 225 private companies headquartered in Florida.
One big threat to cyber-security has nothing to do with software.
FIU aims to fill some of the region's thousands of cyber-security vacancies through an apprenticeship program.
COVID has brought computer security issues to the forefront.
UWF will lead a coalition charged with filling empty cyber-security jobs.
Cyber-Security for engineers, Cyber High and Job security.
My 11 year-old niece is proof that Florida Trend's readers are getting younger.
"Part of the reason I'm in this work is I feel so strongly about helping the underdog."
1/3 of Florida households earn above the federal poverty level, but are still "working poor."
Florida's Legal Leaders
Florida Legal Elite presents the state’s top licensed and practicing attorneys selected by their peers.
Jaret Davis, Co-managing Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig, Miami
Albert Dotson Jr., Managing Partner, Bilzin Sumberg, Miami
Gary Sasso, President and CEO, Carlton Fields, Tampa
Mike Tanner, Shareholder, Gunster, Jacksonville
Marie Tomassi, President and managing Shareholder, Trenam Law, St. Pete/Tampa
Mark Proctor, President, Levin Papantonio Rafferty, Pensacola
A Miami entrepreneur wants to teach kids about credit scores and finance.
Around the State
Kayak Miami Beach functions as a test lab an app-based hotel management system.
Brothers introduced online tool to help businesses recycle more effectively.
Life's Rewards TV series doubles as a St Pete/Clearwater marketing tool.
A Daytona Beach startup is hoping to redefine the satellite industry.
Jacksonville launched a one-year dockless mobility pilot program in March.
FAMU-FSU researcher has received a $1.4 million federal grant.
Access Earlier Issues